THE GRAYIST is a showcase of artists, of any genre, from masters and emerging talent. All items are one-of-a-kind creations and each artist donates 5% of their sales to a non-profit organization.

Let’s Get Physical Auction Item Sneak Peak

Come back daily to see new auction items.  Auction begins on October 18th.  All of the proceeds benefit the Let’s Get Physical program in Price Hill Will in Cincinnati, OH.

Struggling to Survive Near Rankin

“Race Street, Cincinnati, Oh”

Sumi-e Ink and graphite

23.8 x 17.8″

This ink painting once hung in the City Of Cincinnati Government offices. It was professionally framed by Suders Art Store in Over the Rhine. There is a small break in the glass.

The reference for the painting is from Race Street, before a lot of new business and development. You can see the Kroger building featured.

Auction date: October 20th.

Starting Bid: $100

Est. Retail Value: $200



The Grayist Gallery

On July 1, THE GRAYIST online showcase launched.  We began with four metalsmiths, and are in the processes of adding more artists of various genres.  Come back regularly to discover our new members.

Send us a message on the contact page if you want to become a member…because art isn’t black or white!

Rinku Lapis & Wood Grain Finish Cuff 3

Cultural Gems

Non-Profit: YMCA

Instagram: @CulturalgemsJewelry

Woven Chains

Non-Profit: RAGS

Instagram: @wovenchains

J Kris Geiger

Non-Profit: Veterans Yoga Project

Instagram: @jkrisgeiger

Coastal SilverSmith

Featured Item of the Week

sterling silver russian bangles

by Coastal silversmith

Sterling Silver Russian Bangles by Coastal Silversmith Artist Liz Hoskinson

Six individual bangles cunningly intertwined to create movement, spiraling up and down the arm as you move. 68mm diameter. 63g sterling silver.

Can be made in different sizes. – video on instagram of the movement Value £225 ($308.14 US)

Featured Artist:

Liz Hoskinson, Coastal Silversmith

As a ceramicist, I was always looking at shapes and forms in 3 dimensions. A friend invted me alsong to a silver casting classs and I started casting on my ktchen table with a DIR shop blow torch, delft clay and some pyritised ammonite fossils found on the beach. From there, on the YouTube videos and Lucy Walker Jewelry Metalsmith Academy.

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